Human Rights
Taxpayer-funded surveillance: The Liberal Party database and i360 combine

i360 captures data from the Feedback database, operated by Parakeelia, which is ...  
Surveillance, shadow profiling and political omniscience

Melanie McCartney delves into the murky world of big data surveillance methods and ...  
Wheelchairs for Kids: Spreading a message of hope

The thousands of wheelchairs produced to aid children across the world are a sign ...  
A universal basic income: Basically, its better for everyone

A universal basic income could combat the inequality driven by governments when it ...  
Anzac Day and Abdel-Magied: The point for migrants and people of colour

By vilifying Abdel-Magied, conservative white Australia was making a point for the ...  
Modern slavery and food: The unpalatable truth

Modern slavery and atrocities abound in food production but there are ethical ...  
Australia can't rely on 'deterrence' to excuse its immoral refugee policies

The only argument offered for Australia's torturous refugee policies is that it ...  
Panel show by numbers: ABC Q&A, Syria and all the usual suspects

The latest episode of ABC Q&A revealed just how formulaic and two-dimensional the ...  
Close the Gap still reveals gaping holes in Government efforts

Malcolm Turnbull and the Australian Government are failing Indigenous Australians ...  
Queensland Police's Orwellian 'Fixated Persons Unit'

A secretive branch of the Queensland Police has Big Brother's shadow looming over ...  
Dear President Trump, please don’t bomb my wedding in North Korea

Alek Sigley asks Donald Trump to hold off the nuclear bombing of North Korea for ...  
Not many Likes for Facebook this week

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is having a busy time explaining the abuse of millions ...  
16 people killed at the 'Great Return March' in Gaza

On "Land Day", the Palestinians began six weeks of peaceful protests in Gaza, whi ...  
The isolation of Julian Assange must stop

We call on the Government of Ecuador to allow Julian Assange his right to freedom ...  
Second walk to Canberra gains little support for Manus Island refugees

Adam Richards' second walk to the steps of Parliament House for refugees was helped ...  
Steve Smith, Cricket Australia, Turnbull and keeping our eye on the ball

Our nation is united in outrage over a cricket scandal — not the child sexual ...  
‘Dead to me’: The world according to Peter Dutton

Should we take it literally when the singularly most powerful Minister categorises ...  
DUNCAN STORRAR: The insidious consequences of disability pension cuts

Duncan Storrar explains the cruel cycle of poverty and devastation being inflicted ...  
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